Sam Esmail is a brilliant story-teller with a unique and incomparable vision. Esmail is best known as the creator, executive producer, director and writer of USA Network’s critically-acclaimed and award-winning psychological thriller series “Mr. Robot.” Esmail’s most recent project, the psychological thriller “Homecoming,” starring Julia Roberts premiered on Amazon Prime in 2018 and was nominated for a Golden Globe for Best Drama Series. Other upcoming projects include “Angelyne” and “Briarpatch.”
Christian Slater has had an impressive career that spans the worlds of film, television and stage. He has received a Golden Globe and Critics Choice Award for his role as the title character in USA Network's critically-acclaimed drama series MR ROBOT. Most recently, he appeared in Bjorn Runge's THE WIFE alongside Glenn Close. Last year, Slater returned to the stage in a revival of David Mamet's GLENGARRY GLEN ROSS. Slater's film credits include NYMPHOMANIAC, TRUE ROMANCE and BOBBY.
Actress-writer-producer-artist Carly Chaikin is known for her roles as ‘Darlene’ on USA’s acclaimed “Mr. Robot” and as ‘Dalia Royce’ on ABC’s “Suburgatory”. For her work on “Suburgatory”, Chaikin was nominated for a 2013 Critics’ Choice Award for Best Supporting Actress and a 2013 Teen Choice Award. Chaikin recently went back into production on the highly anticipated fourth season of “Mr. Robot” and starred in “New Year, New You”, the New Years’ installment of Hulu’s holiday anthology series. Chaikin is also an accomplished artist and her work has been featured in Marie Claire, Women’s Wear Daily, and Nylon magazine.
Academy Award, Golden Globe, SAG and Emmy winning actor RAMI MALEK has won audiences over worldwide with his portrayal of Freddie Mercury in Fox’s Queen biopic BOHEMIAN RHAPSODY. For his starring role, he received an Academy Award, SAG, BAFTA, and Golden Globe for Best Actor in a Drama. Malek is also the star of the critically acclaimed and award-winning drama Mr. Robot. For this role, Malek won an Emmy and Critics Choice Award. Other credits include Michael Noer's Papillon, Paul Thomas Anderson's The Master, Larry Crowne, Old Boy, Short Term 12, and The Pacific.
Scott Feinberg is one of Hollywood’s most widely read and trusted awards experts. He has served as the awards columnist for The Hollywood Reporter since 2011, covering all things Oscars, Emmys and Tonys on his THR blog "The Race," and interviewing top contenders for those awards on his THR podcast "Awards Chatter." He previously wrote for the Los Angeles Times.
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